Breast Asymmetry
or Breast Asymmetry Correction

Breast asymmetry is a natural and very frequent phenomenon. Rarely do both breasts look the same. In the most important cases, where the difference is significant for the patient, asymmetry can and should be addressed through the most appropriate surgical technique.

From the placement of a prosthesis to the use of the patient's own fat that is transferred from a place where it is most abundant to the breast, or the combination of the two techniques, everything can be equated to correct the change and look, regarding the best result leading to the improvement of the patient's self-esteem.

Correction of Breast
Congenital Asymmetries

All women have some degree of breast asymmetry: breasts do not look the same!

However, some women have already been born with an important pattern of breast asymmetry that can only be improved or corrected through surgical intervention. These types of congenital mammary asymmetry include breast hypoplasia, tuberous breast, Poland's syndrome, and thoracic hypoplasia. Procedures such as breast augmentation, reduction or mastopexy may be indicated on one or both breasts to correct these asymmetries.


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